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One of Harrison’s Hot Spots


Email: info@kilby.ca    Website: www.kilby.ca

Site Address: 215 Kilby Road, Harrison Mills, BC   V0M 1L0
N 49 14.169 W 121 57.372

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Contact:  Jo-Anne Leon Telephone: (604)-796-9576

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Description:

Kilby is the perfect place to plan for lunch on this Festival weekend.

Join us for some hearty, home-cooked specials in our cozy café. We’ll also be barbecuing gourmet Smokies, hamburgers, and hot dogs on the grounds for those who want a quick bite on the go.

Then enjoy a short walking tour down the dike to the confluence of the Fraser and Harrison rivers at Kilby Park. A costumed interpreter will explain the relationship between the salmon and eagles, and tell the story of this once thriving mill town of Harrison Mills.

Walking Tours are at 10 am, noon and 2 pm.

This 5 acre BC Heritage attraction is a 1920’s living history site that includes our 1906 General Store Museum, the Manchester House Hotel & Post Office, as well as farming exhibits and an orchard playground. Chat with costumed interpreters, stroll through our heritage farm.

Don’t forget to make time for our gift shop, with a wonderful assortment of offerings from local artisans and producers, including pottery, artwork, wood carvings and unique gift ideas.

Back again in 2016!!   

Throughout both days: Nikon Canada and London Drugs will be our special guests on site. Their tents display a wonderful selection of cameras and binoculars, as well as lots of free give-a-ways. Come visit with hands-on guidance from photography and binocular experts.

BONUS ACTIVITY

At 11 am – Binocular 101 – Travis Merrick from Nikon Canada will show how best to setup binoculars and find a great set for comfortable viewing.

Site facilities include the home-style country restaurant, unique gift shop. FESTIVAL SOUVENIRS AVAILABLE ON SITE

Operational Hours:

Saturday & Sunday 9 am to 4 pm FREE ADMISSION THIS WEEKEND!

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**NOTE**: Please be aware that cellular / mobile / GPS service is limited in certain areas

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